Trump administration reverses stance on obscure tax provision that could have cost $700 million

The Trump administration has reversed itself on an unusual tax provision that could have cost Corporate America more than $700 million.

Which is part of the coalition of companies that is still subject to the reductions — had disclosed AMT credits of $86 million, the Audit Analytics data show, so the wireless carrier could face a reduction of more $5 million.

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